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Letters to the Editor: Americans Support the Iran Deal

Americans around the country have written to their local papers to defend the strong and historic nuclear deal with Iran.

Click on the examples below to learn more, then write your own letter today!


“Congress Must Support Historic Iran Agreement,” Santa Cruz Sentinel.

“Congress Should Defend the Iran Deal,” The Daily Journal.

“Keep Iran From the Bomb,” Pasadena Star-News.

“State Lawmakers Should Back Iran Nuclear Accord,” Monterey Herald.


“Congress Should Support Iran Deal,” Daily Camera.

“Iran Deal Reached in Vienna is a Historic Diplomatic Achievement,” The Daily Sentinel.


“Iran Nuclear Deal Makes Us More Secure,” Delaware Online.


“Historic Agreement,” The Tampa Tribune.

“Ted Deutch’s path to war,” The Sun Sentinel.


“Iran: Deal Better Than War,” CDA Press.


“Vote for Peace; Be on the Right Side of History,” Pal-Item.


“Congress Should Support Deal with Iran,” Evansville Courier and Press.


“Iran deal a historic achievement,” The Ellsworth American.


“Letter: Deal with Iran best option for peace,” Telegram.


“Security via Violence Doesn’t, Can’t Work,” Duluth News Tribune.

New York

“The Nuclear Agreement with Iran,” New York Times.

North Carolina

“Diplomacy vs. War,” The Herald Sun.


“If Congress rejects Iran deal, we lost our chance for peace,” The Register-Guard.


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